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Legislation: Since 1982: "Secretary's Discretionary Program" (Subchap-
ter D of the Education Consolidation and Improvement Act (ECIA) of 1981),
P.L. 97-35 (20 U.S.C* 3851). (Expires September 30, 1987). Prior to 1982:
the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education Act, P.Lo 91-257.

Funding Since 1980:

Fiscal Year                Authorization                 Appropriation

1980                           $14,000,000                           $3,000,000

1981                              18,000,000                             2,850,000

1982                               3,000,000                             2,850,000

1983                               I/                               2,850,000

1984                                  T/                                   2,850,000

Purpose: To help schools and communities became aware of the complexity
of the alcohol and drug-abuse problem and develop strategies to attack
its causes rather than merely its symptoms. The program strongly encourages
a coordinated school-community effort in preventive education, with an
emphasis on reducing the socially disruptive behaviors often associated
with abuse*

Method of Operation; Contracts are awarded to five Regional Training
and Resource Centers. These centers award subcontracts to public school
districts and private schools for training school teams in devising and
applying methods of dealing with each team's unique alcohol and drug
abuse problems. The ultimate beneficiaries of this training are students
in grades 7-12; the training is provided at the regional centers. The
remaining program funds support a contractor that provides a national
data base and program support and collects evaluation data from subcon-

II.    RESPONSE TO 6EPA 417(a)

A.   Goals and Objectives:    The Department's  principal   objectives   for  FY
1984 were to:

o Process contract documents to provide for training teams of school
administrators, teachers, counselors, parents, students, law enforce-
ment officials and other public service and community leaders to pre-
vent or reduce destructive behavior associated with alcohol and drug

o   Run new competition for the Regional Centers.he Indian Education Amendments of 1984, P.L. 98-511, authorized Indian